The Fair will happen, rain, snow or shine on December 14. Be sure to dress your children for the weather, especially if our hayride turns into a sleigh ride! (more…)
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Enchanted Fair Pre-sale Tickets Now Available
Available now through Dec. 13.
Purchase online and pick them on at Will Call on Dec. 14, starting at 10am. You can also purchase tickets in advance through the Main and Business Office.
What is the Spiral of Light?
Inside the Great Hall, the early childhood teachers will have arranged pine boughs in a large spiral, decorated with crystals, flowers and shells. When all the attendees have sat down and settled, an angel will appear, carrying a single lit candle. With this, she will enter the spiral and light the flame in the center. (more…)
Fire Cider Workshop December 8th
Just as the plants change and prepare for our winter season, we also need to change the way we eat, move and nourish ourselves. Join us as a community to learn how to nurture your immune system and bring warmth and nutrients to the cells of your body using this traditional folk medicine. In this workshop we will briefly discuss food as medicine, traditional wisdom as a form of resistance, and the importance of self and community care. All materials and ingredients will be provided. (more…)
Modern Calligraphy Workshop November 23
Please join us for an introductory workshop in modern calligraphy on Saturday, November 23 from 1 pm til 4 pm. The class will cover basic strokes, letters, words and will give students the opportunity to gain experience using calligraphy brush pens. Student will also be given the chance to put their new skills to use to make holiday cards and tag. No experience needed and all supplies will be provided.
Paint Night Friday, Nov. 15
Save the Date!. Invite your friends and join us for an evening of water coloring, appetizers and wine on Friday, November 15th, 7:00 to 9:00 PM in the Great Hall. The painting scene will be led by Branigan Reed. This event is organized by Heidi Zohn on behalf of the development committee. $40 includes canvas and complimentary food and beverage. All proceeds benefit Waldorf School at Moraine Farm.
Every fall, our school remembers David Siljeholm, who died on October 13, 2004, during his eighth-grade year at our school.
Especially for our new community members, we invite you to read this article published in Renewal magazine that Anita Brewer-Siljeholm, David’s mother, and Jenny Helmick, David’s class teacher at the time, wrote in 2012. (more…)
Dining for Dollars at Chipotle. November 4, 4:30 to 8:30 pm
Dine-in or take out in Beverly on Monday November 4, between 4:30 pm and 8:30 pm and raise money for our school. Click more below to access the flyer to present at the counter and let them know you are dining for Waldorf School at Moraine Farm.
Facebook LIVE: Homeschool Q & A with Marshunda. 11/3
Are you looking into our homeschool program and have some questions about the formatting, classes offered, or anything else? Here is your chance to ask those questions in our OPEN Q&A Facebook LIVE session on Sunday, November 3, 9 am til 9:15. Grab a cup of coffee and join Marshunda Smith, our Homeschool Program Coordinator, in this informal conversation.
See you there.
For more Homeschool information visit our Homeschool Page.
Pumpkin Felting Pioneers
What a wonderful collection of pumpkins emerged from our first parent handwork session! The attendees seemed to take to needle felting like ducks to water. The next workshop with felt artist Elizabeth Stubbs is January 25 and we’ll make mischievous little creatures mice. Join us! Contact Kate Hill for details, firstname.lastname@example.org (more…)